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Scott Wilkins replied to laura's discussion 'whats going on?' in the group Dexcom Users
"Keep in mind the Dexcom does not give an instant BG reading. It's more of a trend or average of BG over the last 20 minutes. So what you can see by entering the BG test you did was that over the past 20 minutes, and that you BG average was 129,…"
Scott Wilkins replied to KCCO's discussion 'Omnipod & porcine insulin' in the group OmniPod Users
"There is one scenario that fits this question. If you are insulin resistant, then you might want to use the "U500" version of insulin. This version is only available in a Porcine derived solution. And anti-bodies from past use may no…"
Scott Wilkins replied to MissyMoo's discussion 'Where are you getting Freestyle test strips?' in the group OmniPod Users
"Go ahead and get the old ones, then like Helmut suggested call Abbott. They'll replace them with good ones."
Scott Wilkins replied to James Type 1 diabetic's discussion 'DEXCOM enzyme , and metals? leak in body?' in the group Dexcom Users
"Have you contacted Dexcom with this question? They are extremely helpful and will probably give you all the info you need, including anything you should be worried about. If, there is anything to worry about..."
Scott Wilkins replied to Dave's discussion 'Pod failures, and changed pattern of errors' in the group OmniPod Users
"I only had a couple occlusion on the older pods. Haven't had one on the new pods. Check with Insulet though, they might replace the bad pods for you."
Nov 19
Scott Wilkins replied to SherryAnn's discussion 'Problems with Lancets?' in the group OmniPod Users
"I'm on and Aspirin regiment. Zero problems drawing blood, and sometimes get to test even when I wasn't expecting too... :) 43 years Type 1."
Nov 18
Scott Wilkins replied to Dave's discussion 'Do you plan to change a pod at work?' in the group OmniPod Users
"I don't get a full 3 days out of a pod due to insulin resistance. So I change my pod whenever it runs out, where ever I may be. I always carry an extra pod and insulin with me. So I've changed out in a variety of locations. I do like the…"
Nov 11
Scott Wilkins replied to Anthony's discussion 'FDA Approves Dexcom Software with Artificial Pancreas Algorithm' in the group Dexcom Users
"Link to the software download?"
Nov 6
Scott Wilkins replied to SherryAnn's discussion 'Sticking Needle' in the group OmniPod Users
"I started the newer pods last week, the ones with the new syringe. So far they seem to be quite a bit better on canula insertion. I also like the new syringe, as I find it easier to get less bubbles, and much less wasteful on insulin."
Nov 5
Scott Wilkins replied to Kate's discussion 'New syringe design' in the group OmniPod Users
"Just FYI, I started a new shipment of pods and now have the new syringe. I find it MUCH better than the old syringe. I can actually get less bubbles by pulling just a couple units in and pushing back into the vial a few times right at first (after…"
Nov 5
Scott Wilkins replied to jen627's discussion 'Looking for site suggestions!' in the group OmniPod Users
"The abs are a big area, think higher and such. I tend to use the area under my elbow on my side as a fall back area. Also, keep in mind as a Type 1 diabetic ages, insulin resistance will go up normally. Talk to you doc about this. It occurs because…"
Nov 4
Scott Wilkins replied to rgcainmd's discussion 'New Transmitter!' in the group Dexcom Users
"Cool! Now if they'd make the sensor pad thinner too it'd really be a big plus for this system. So far that's been my only real gripe is the height of the sensor/transmitter setup, it's just too "out there" while on your…"
Oct 22
Scott Wilkins replied to Hummingbird's discussion 'A1c down thanks to my dexcom' in the group Dexcom Users
"Congrats on your success! I too had great results, went from a steady 8 to a 6.1 in about 6 months. Even ran only a 6.3 last time, and that's a big deal because I was on a steroid treatment for a surgery recovery therapy thing. And we all know…"
Oct 20
Scott Wilkins replied to Lorraine's discussion 'DexCom Share Approved by the FDA | #Dexcom #Dexcomshare' in the group Dexcom Users
"I don't see anything about a requirement for Windows... Since it's cloud based, the OS used on shouldn't matter."
Oct 20
Scott Wilkins replied to Lorraine's discussion 'DexCom Share Approved by the FDA | #Dexcom #Dexcomshare' in the group Dexcom Users
"A little disappointing, as it's not a setup for full control of the Dexcom via smartphone but at least a move in the right direction. I guess full control would require a different hardware configuration for the receiver and/or transmitter."
Oct 20
Scott Wilkins replied to Lorraine's discussion 'DexCom Share Approved by the FDA | #Dexcom #Dexcomshare' in the group Dexcom Users
"Android is too virus ridden. I'd never put personal info on any Android device."
Oct 20

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Secret Type 1 cure????

Posted on August 15, 2012 at 7:30am 7 Comments

I'm not much of one for explosive headlines, but this one I found interesting.

Read it all, but here's the good part...

BCG's latest feat, though, is perhaps its most unexpected. Several years ago, Harvard professor Denise Faustman showed that BCG could be used to treat diabetes in mice. She demonstrated that the…


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At 5:40pm on May 30, 2012, SEAGATOR said…

Glad to see you again..long time no see. I hope things are going well with you. Glad you are back. Keep in touch.

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Hi and Welcome to tuD, Scott! Here you will find alot going on as I have for over two years now lots of friends and support.
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